Even if cross-border agreements are written down, you should exercise caution. Their impact on rights holders is not clear. In addition, the parties could consider transferring the land in question and registering it with the land registry. However, in both cases, the country`s borders will still only be „general“ (see our previous warning for a declaration of the general boundary rule). You cannot use a border agreement to sell or give part of your country to your neighbour. For the second type, the parties do nothing but recognize on the spot what the title documents describe in words or on a plan. Nothing is transferred (at least conscious) – the agreement is to identify, to demote, not to communicate. This type of agreement is not a land transfer contract. It is not clear on what basis the Tribunal reached the conclusion that the compromise agreement led the complainants to give the respondents an interest in the land.
Under the unfavourable detention regime established by the 2002 foland law, a squatter has no interest in the country unless it is registered. It appears, therefore, that at the time of the agreement, nothing could be thrown away for the complainants. On this basis, Section 2 could not be applicable. This agreement will be signed on July 15, 2017 between John Smith of 10 Acacia Avenue, a title registered under the title number XX12345, and Mary Brown of 12 Acacia Avenue, title listed under title number XX67891. In 2012, in Yeates and another -v-Line case and another judicial authority, the Court of Appeal found that an informal border agreement should not comply with the provisions of the Property Act (Various Provisions) of 1989, which meant that the memorandum did not have to be established as an enforceable act or in the form of a contract. There are no formal requirements for its preparation and therefore there is no need to use the services of a surveyor. However, the memo and plan should be as clear and accurate as possible. The only way to register a border agreement is to set the boundaries for the land registry. This is a formal procedure that requires agreement between neighbouring owners. After the determination, the limits are set so that they are no longer general boundaries. The application of this reasoning to the compromise agreement in this case was not sufficient for the agreement to have a commercial effect.
To put section 2 in the mouth, it must also have an elimination goal.